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Alleged Naira abuse: Davido reacts to Cubana Chief Priest’s bail

Alleged Naira abuse: Davido reacts to Cubana Chief Priest’s bail

Singer Davido has reacted to the N10 million bail granted socialite Pascal Okechukwu, aka Cubana Chief Priest after he pleaded not guilty to alleged naira abuse.

EPRODITY reports that Cubana Chief Priest, who was arraigned before Justice Kehinde Ogundare of the Federal High Court, Lagos, on Wednesday, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on a three-count charge bordering on abuse of the Naira, was granted bail for N10m with two sureties in like sum after pleading not guilty.

The socialite had taken to his Instagram handle to thank his friends and fans for their concerns shortly after he was granted bail.

He noted that he was humbled by the trial while adding that it has confirmed that he isn’t “small.”

Reacting to his post via the comment section, Davido said it was not possible for Cubana Chief Priest to be jailed, stressing that he could not bear not seeing him for six months.

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He wrote, “I no go see u for 6 months ke… Never.”

Recall that Justice Abimbola Awogboro of the Federal High Court in Lagos, last Friday, sentenced popular crossdresser, Bobrisky to six months in jail without the option of a fine after he was convicted of Naira mutilation.

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